P2S Engineering Acquires Donn C. Gilmore and Assoc., Inc.

March 26th, 2014 |

On November 4th, 2013, with the acquisition of Donn C. Gilmore and Assoc., P2S took a giant leap into the MEP engineering of healthcare facilities.

Donn C. Gilmore & Assoc., a multi-disciplinary building design engineering consultancy firm based in Anaheim, California, has been specializing in mechanical, electrical, plumbing (MEP) and fire protection design engineering consulting services for clients in the healthcare industry for over five decades.

Founded in 1959, the professional staff from Donn C. Gilmore & Assoc. will continue to provide their current clients with the same exceptional service offered for the past 50 years, along with the support and synergy of P2S and their equally exceptional and innovative engineering services.

“Donn C. Gilmore & Assoc.’s 50+ year track record of providing specialized engineering services for the healthcare industry reflects our commitment to growth in that market segment,” said P2S Engineering President and Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Peterson. “Commitment to sustainability and innovation are core values for both companies, and the acquisition adds to our capacity and geographic presence to provide MEPT engineering and commissioning services for healthcare customers.”

“Joining P2S allows us to offer new services and to meet our growing client demands,” said current Donn C. Gilmore & Assoc. President, Michael Gilmore. “Additionally, we will be able to provide more professional and career development opportunities for our staff.”

P2S has been providing mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technology (MEPT) engineering services for 23 years and now expands its healthcare facility design capabilities with the acquisition. Donn C. Gilmore & Assoc., Inc. has designed hundreds of modern, high-tech healthcare facilities, including Acute Care Facilities, Clinics, Medical Office Buildings (MOB), Imaging Centers and Skilled Nursing Centers. The company has a design focus on ensuring safety, the care of occupants and meeting California’s Office of Statewide Health, Planning and Development (OSHPD) requirements.